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by the university of illinois. >> up next from c-span's "washington journal," indiana governor mitch daniels presents his thoughts on the current political and economic landscape. governor daniels recounts his handling of indiana's former deficit. his promotion of private sector employment and his argument for fiscal restraint. this is about 50 minutes. >> and here is the cover of governor mitch daniels upcoming book. it publishes in a month or so. he is the governor of indiana. the title, "keeping the republic" saving america by trusting americans. governor daniels now joins us in indianapolis to take your callsr governor daniels, as former, somebody who has worked here ins washington and spent eight years in indiana, how would you describe federal government and states, economically? guest: i think in most states we are headed in completely different directions. we have been asking the question what can state governments do or do better or do faster or maybe stop doing to make it more likely that the next job, the next investment -- the federal government for the last two years gets up and
your calls. governor daniels, you spent eight years in indiana. how would you describe the relationship between the federal government and states, economically? guest: i think in most states we are headed in completely different directions. we have been asking the question what can state governments do or do better or do faster or maybe stop doing to make it more likely that the next job, the next investment -- the federal government for the last two years gets up and thinks what we do to put another barrier, another regulation, another uncertainty, another tax on the people who would like to hire people and grow this economy? we states balance our budgets no matter what and take care of our food usual duties -- financial duties. host: today, our system of governance is being challenged by china and other authoritarian cultures that have generated faster economic growth in anything we have seen capable of. ho why did you write that? guest: i think it is a statement of fact. it has been written widely and said by the leaders of these countries. the only way to have a system that lists hu
. and rushed for 241 yards, beating ecu, 17-10. thing and in virginia on the road against indiana. the caps built a 23-3 lead. in the fourth quarter, 23-17 and terry jones, the ball is loose and lawrence burnet, the scoop and is scooting out of there. takes the distance, 54 yards for the touchdown. indiana in front and 24-23. so we go late in the game. and that is tied 31-31. edward wrightbakeer never sees camionson and strips him. it's uvas ball. the final play. connor randolph, no pressure. the game-wing 23-yard goal is good for virginia and improving to 2-0. howard and moorehouse at rfk stadium. the inaugural nation's football klack. first quarter, the -- football classic. if the quarter, the 18-yard td. the first score of the game, up 5 at the half. the third quarter, howard down 11, greg mcgee to a wide open brandon flanagan. a 29-yard t.d. and howard is down 3 and in that fourth quarter, hits carter 23 yards and over morhouse, 30-27 and giving the receiver a win. >> oh, man and i wanted more for the fans. [ cheering ] >> and with that business and to get them and with the magnitude an
at indiana state prison are meant to provide comfort. if anything comes close, it's visitation. >> you've both been here before, right? >> yes, ma'am. >> visitation is a valued privilege for inmates, but it can also be abused. it's the most common route for contraband to enter the prison. >> there's going to be a visitor bringing contraband on a noncontact visit. >> an anonymous tip has internal affairs on high alert. >> if a pass takes place, we're going to stop the contraband. if it is felony contraband, we may look at doing an arrest today on a visitor. >> i'm known for gang-banging and calling shots and assaults and drugs and trafficking. that's been my whole makeup my whole life. i'm a criminal. i'm on idu which is the intensive detention unit. it's segregation. due to the fact that i'm on idu, i've got to have noncontact visits. i don't get to touch my loved ones. i got to see them through glass and bars. >> as he is escorted to visitation, billy groves has no idea the visitor internal affairs has received a tip on is his girlfriend. >> i woke up like at 5:00, got up, shaved, bru
creation. he's here to go on the record. indiana governor mitch daniels is back. he managed to do in indiana what everyone in washington is beginning to think is impossible. going from deficit to surplus. how did he do it? governor daniels will tell you. first arizona senator mccain goes on the record. the jobs act. the president wants to pay for it. he has sent up his methodology to pay for it what do you think about it? >> i think the whole thing is unfortunate. it is clearly a campaign employ. the president keeps going around the country saying pass it now. pass what? they have not sent over legislation that they want us to pass. one of the reasons because there are a number of democrat senators who are up in the 2012 election who are very nervous about something like this. the second thing about it, it is obvious this bash the rich, class warfare kind of thing that has not worked in the past and i don't think it is working now. greta, in 1968, i'm not sure, they were worried about a small number of millionaires so that we passed this thing called the alternate minimum tax. tha
of an audio recording of a recent serm mon a preacher gave in indiana. >> this evening i'd like to preach on spanking according to the bible. this is not a new subject here at fair haven baptist church. >> he talked about the proper way in his opinion to administer discipline. >> what is a rod? i don't think it's a ball bat or club or whatever the parent can grab at the moment. the rod in scriptures never carefully define, but it's obviously some kind of a stick or a switch, and it's designed to give a sharp, unpleasant pain. if that isn't the result of your spanking, then you're failing. a sharp, unpleasant pain. >> fair haven is part of the network of independent fundamental baptist churches. i spoke to someone that grew up in the church earlier. what was your upbringing like. you underwent biblical chastisement. what did that mean? >> there are a large network of churches known as the independent fundamental bapist. we use ifb to explain the group. the ifb believes in something called breaking the will of a child. my father was a pastor and currently is and practiced this form of disci
have a code of honor that we live by. >> the aryan brotherhood is the largest gang at indiana state prison. to no longer be a member in good standing is to be in a very unfortunate position. >> you can see the blood clot in my eye. it took at least a day for this to stop bleeding. i got jumped. >> by whom? >> the gang. it is really all has to do with the gang. >> i used to be in a gang. i used to be affiliated. i'm a cover-up from the aryan brotherhood. this was the aryan brotherhood. i covered it up. i came in prison august 17th, 2006, and i covered it up after seven days of being in prison. they said i had a problem with the aryan brotherhood and the person i told on supposedly was here at this prison. >> in the prison we have had a big problem with the aryan brotherhood, an instead of the arians going after the blacks, it is the arians going after each oother, and a lot of it with the influx of the organization and leadership and there is a struggle for control. >> since dropping out of the aryan brotherhood, nick compton says that being attacked is only but one problem. >> they
the state of indiana shut down the sherman-minton bridge, the sherman-minton brej idge connects the town of new albany in southern indiana to louisville, kentucky. indiana is in charge of the bridge that spans the two states. the bridge was not shut down in this case because of some big storm like hurricane irene. the bridge was shut down in this case because it was deemed too dangerous to be kept open. inspection crews found a crack in a load bearing part of this 50-year-old bridge and decided they need to close down this bridge for at least three weeks for further diagnosis. every day 80,000 vehicles use that bridge to cross the ohio river. those commuters are being die verts verted to two other bridges, making a 20-minute commute a two-hour commute and adding to the aging process of the other two bridges to which traffic is being diverted. the mayor of jeffersonville, indiana, is urging motorists who need to go to downtown louisville from southern indiana to instead consider crossing the ohio river in madison, indiana, about 35 miles out of the way. the folks who use that bridge to ge
action in indiana and michigan but we've seen a lot of activity on our side of the lake as well. >>this wendy autumn storm produces sustained wind up to 20 mi. per hour today in our area these costs will go up over 20 mi. per hour and some other areas closer to lake in wisconsin michigan and indiana but they are dropping in intensity. this is not unlike what happens during a hurricane with a storm surge this storm just replace the one that took off a couple of days of go without had been hanging around our area rain is not the big issue but the lake effect rains are going into indiana and michigan right now but they will blow back to our shores here those will be on the way these are late october level temperatures really experiencing of the next two days we have a big warmup coming along this stretch of 70 degree @w@wtemperatures in nearly one month that's happening@s next week.@s its welcome after what has been a cool september storm warnings on the lake are also showing that we have some frost advisory is in western illinois and to the north wind is blowing over 40 mi. per hour
that concert stage collapse at the indiana state fair. we'll tell you what the family wants. your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >>> six weeks after a harrowing stage collapse at the indiana state fair, one of the women injured is out of a coma. doctors did not expect andrea to survive, but her family says she made some amazing progress. >>> she is able to write her name and the names of other people. she can ask questions. >> she had a crushed skull, collapsed lung, and three broken vertebrae after heavy winds knocked the stage into a crowd of people waiting for sugarland to perform. seven people died, dozens were injured and today a lawsuit was filed to try and get the state to pay what is being called full and fair damages to the families of those killed or injured. >> we saw clouds coming. a man came out on the stage and told us that the storm would move around us. it wasn't going to hit us and not five minutes later, i was knocked unconscious. i never saw her again. >> alicia was seriously injure
his house painted. strange indiana police are pressed and and wandering in highway traffic with a samurai sword. finally caught him he told that he was cuckoo for co coa puffs twirling a set price soared like a drum major swung it at them before dropping it on their orders charged with trying to steal a motor vehicle law enforcement and marijuana possession. gave his time as a basketball coach to help special education students in that neighborhood today his family is grieving. michael jones gone down this evening gresham neighborhood sitting in his car 23 year old shot in the head. the shooter sitting next to him in a car they did not want the volunteer basketball coach and teacher's aide to be another statistic. >> my brother a living example how to be a gun at man and a working man in society and its role model to reach back he died reaching back. family believes robbery was the motive for his murder. gas leak sparked the explosion at south side restaurant just before midnight at 102nd and western part of the wall on the second floor collapsed a fire ripped through the
of michigan and indiana. lake affect rainfall before this is all over much more to talk about a warm up later in the weekend. >> live at michigan avenue with the gusts have picked up. >> picking up for sure the windy weather all day long we have been waiting in a great anticipation to see what form in the city still seems relatively quiet a beautiful evening 40-50 mi. per hour wind have not seen that other parts of downtown out west very different story take a look at this video pretty amazing time lapse video late this afternoon skies turned it drastically gray and fast. clouds filled the skies near 290 for the wind picked up hard. no rainfall just ominous guys traveling at a rapid pace spurted nothing but compliments from pedestrians a cool night but noticeable not threatening wind light debris to legitimatize marilyn monroe start blowing up properly under these conditions for those on foot and general consensus simply a lovely fall evening. the >> exactly what i expected. beautiful a beautiful night >> i have enough clothes and i think it is beautiful for september is nice. windy cit
. you're at indiana state prison. your eprd, the expected release date, is 2-23-2042. this is the book for here, the offender handbook. this tells you all your different services. what you can expect to provide. need you to sign off on that. all right. notification of next of kin. this is what you need to do. just god hopes that nothing bad happens to you, but we need to know who to call and all that. all right. this is a big one. i don't mean any disrespect to you, but you're a young kid. people might try to take advantage of you here. this is the sexual assault prevention and reporting. >> we had this at rdc, too. >> okay. well, it gets a little more serious here. rdc, there's people there watching you. you get up in "c" cell house around here, and we might really have a problem. nothing personal, you are young, and you look younger than you are. so, people will tend to take advantage of you. we'll try to keep you as safe as we can, but most of it is going to be put on you. you've got to take control of it. all right? >> i've heard about that while i was in the county. i mean -- >> a
a history of troubled relationships. >> in 1977 i got out on parole from indiana youth center in plainfield. they sent me to a town i never been to before. i fell in love with a girl. i caught her with another man. and i beat, stabbed and strangled her to death. i've been in prison ever since. >> hollon's current relationship might have a dark side as well. >> at the end of july i received a phone call from an elderly gentleman on the street that indicated that offender hollon had an ongoing relationship with her father for many years and basically it appeared, at least to her at the time, that he had scammed her father out of several thousand dollars. in the tune of about $60,000 over the last 12 or 13 years. >> i don't agree with it at all. whatever somebody did for me, they did because they wanted to. i couldn't make them do anything. there was no fraud. because i never lied. >> mr. hollon has been misleading the victim into believing that he if kept sending money that offender hollon -- to a fictitious attorney, that defender hollon would be able to get out of prison. that's not going t
. >>> and later, ungodly discipline. reporting on a fundamentalist baptist boarding school in indiana, and allegations of physical and emotional abuse based on the bible of its students. details ahead. [ male announcer ] they'll see you...before you see them. cops are cracking down on drinking and riding. drive sober, or get pulled over. [ male announcer ] it's been a good year for the chevy silverado. and not because of the awards or the accolades. no, it was good because you told us so. the chevy model year wrap up. get in on our greatest model year yet. just announced -- celebrate labor day with an additional $500 bonus cash. with all other offers, including the all-star edition discount, that's a total value of $6,500. ♪ our greatest model year yet is wrapping up. matter which position i am in i wake up feeling good. it fits you so perfectly... it fits you. you wake up and you're revived and rejuvenated. it's just like wow! tempur-pedic the most highly recommended bed in america. tempur-pedic is rated #1 in comfort. sleep satisfaction. and back support. it fits the curvature of
, delaware, illinois, indiana, kentucky, kentucky, kentucky, ohio, ohio, ohio, michigan, missouri and tennessee. some have suggested that this program has been slow to spend emergency funding provided in the f.y. 2000 c.r. the loan process ought to be strenuous. one company originally applied in 2006 and received an a.t.v. loan in 2010 and required four years of due diligence and reviewed to qualify for the loan. republicans seem to be shoing an ultimate umh. expedite the review process. by the way, the company in question employed 400 employees before receiving the loan. today they have 1,400 employees in the field of engineering research and development, design, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance and service, sales and support. the program has an additional 18 loan applications in progress that are projected to create 50,000 to 60,000 more jobs in california, florida, illinois, indiana, louisiana, michigan, missouri and ohio. one pending application would support investments at 11 plants in illinois, indiana, michigan and ohio. the company employs over 56,000 workers having ad
and at this shop from a park in indiana. wind tossed waves. going to see that again wind picking up the next couple of days with rabbits tropical storm lee. steve bliss clouds faded away expected in the dry air the wind blew with gusto today. second consecutive day failing to get above 70 degrees. happening all the 12 times in 104 year record of chicago this early in the season. have to go back 17 years to find that many back-to-back '60s this early in the season. picking up tomorrow night thursday-friday. still windy on friday. cool weather coolest in 17 years. you can't kind of see how this cool air has dug into the country called the 88 degrees in dallas today. fifties' their coolest morning in four months and the warmth and extends into canada. warmer and is tonight in northern minnesota and north dakota that here in chicago. big rains to the southeast where the providence still active may not be a tropical storm but raining cats and dogs se a bus. for the moment it is clear down to 50 degrees with wind letting up as they often do at night of the 8 mi. per hour or picking up in each of
that has allegedly happened for many years on the secluded property in the northern indiana town of wwynon lake. it's a bapist boarding school and church for adolescent girls. the allegations are so disturbing, we felt we needed a face-to-face meeting with the father or son in charge. we've had a lot of people complain they've been abused at your house. can you give as you comment about that? >> i would rather not. >> our conversation did not end there. but first let us introduce you to susan, who is now 45 but spent two and a half years there starting when she was 15. >> it was going to be gardening and crafts and singing and just a chance to heal. >> that's what your parents thought this school was going to be? >> that's right. >> was it in any way correct? >> no, no. i knew that the minute the door shut behind me. >> on her first day in this house, susan said she was accused of having a bad attitude while cleaning the ceiling. so two staff members grabbed her and don williams administered what they called godly discipline. >> bodily man-handled me to the floor, and he hit me with the bo
indiana town of winona lake. the hepsaba house is a self-described fundamentalist church and boarding school for girls. the allegations are so disturbing we felt we needed a face-to-face meeting with the son or the father in charge. we found the son in a parking lot. >> we've had a lot of people complain that they've been physically, emotionally, mentally abused at your house. can you give as you comment about that? >> well, i would rather not. >> reporter: our conversation did not end there. but first let us introduce you to susan grotti, now 45 but spent 2 1/2 years there starting when she was 15. >> there was going to be gardening and crafts and singing and just a chance to heal. >> so that's what your parents thought this school was going to be? >> that's right. >> was it in any way correct? >> no. no. and i knew that the minute the door shut behind me. >> reporter: on her first day in this house, which was the facility used back then, susan says she was accused of having a bad attitude while cleaning the ceiling. so two staff women grabbed her, and don williams' father administer
. >>> there's just a lot of foul stuff that goes on in the indiana department of corrections. >> when i first got sentenced, man, i started stabbing police. i targeted them. >> you see guys wearing their pants down to their knees, thinking they're cool and stuff. that would get you gang raped or something like that. >> when i first got to prison, like i said, i had blood on my mind. i wanted to get my knife wet. >> we're on level four. we have the worst prisoners of any in the state here. you've got your murderers and rapists. we've got people in here with 4in, 500, 600 years. you're up on the ranges. we've got cameras. we've got people walking all the times. but still you can't be with them 24/7. if they want to jump somebody, they'll jump them. if they want to jump me, they can come right in my door and jump me. that's just the way it goes. that's prison. >> i try not to know what they're in here for. because i don't want to be -- like, i don't want this guy around me because he did this or did that. there's guys in here that you know automatically why they're in here. i read the newspapers
later on sunday morning. >> osgood: norah o'donnell asks indiana governor mitch daniels why he decided not to run for president. david edelstein reviews the new brad pit film money ball. steve hartman shows us photos that win second chances for homeless dogs and more. first the headlines for this sunday morning the 18th of september, 2011. the white house official said president obama's proposal for deficit reduction which he announces tomorrow will include a new base tax rate for wealthy americans. the so-called buffet rule is aimd at ensuring that millionaires pay at least the same percentage as middle income tax payors. house speaker john boehner says he will oppose any tax increases to reduce the deficit. twos those two americans convicted of spying remain in an iranian jail this morning. lawyers for josh fatal and shane bauer said their million dollar bail needs to be approved by two judges and one is on vacation until tuesday. tomorrow president ahmadinejad travels to new york to speak at the u.n. general assembly. the death toll has risen to nine including the pilot in friday's
this morning are fading down around southern west virginia. all the heavy weather across south bend, indiana, here in ann arbor, michigan, right here where the games were so severely impacted by the bad weather they're still getting pounded by thunderstorms here this evening and on the gulf coast, heavy vain from houston all the way to pensacola, florida. all that rain, this rain here and the rain across the upper midwest and showers in southern virginia will all eventually combine into one very long stretch of wet weather that we're going to have to deal with around here beginning monday afternoon and potentially lasting all the way through thursday or friday of the upcoming week. so enjoy the quiet night tonight. patchy fog first thing in the morning and high pressure giving way off the eastern seaboard so that will allow for one or two thunderstorms to bubble up tomorrow in the late morning, early-afternoon hours. we're stopped at 6:00 tomorrow evening. fading showers and some may drift east of the mountains and get to the washington metro area but probably not until after the sun goes do
-3 in the third but the hoosiers come back. perry jones fumbles and indiana's lawyer rens barnett scoops it up and returns it 54 yards for the score. indiana takes its first lead of the game, 24-23. under two to go and virginia down eight and jones making up for the fumble from flee yards out. virginia gets the two-point conversion. game tied at 31. cavs have a chance to win and robert randolph, up and good from 23 yard out and that's it. virginia wins the thriller, 34-31. the cavs are 2-0. >>> nay skree on the road at western kentucky. midshipman wearing pentagon stickers to honor 9/11. fourth quarter, all navy. hill toppers with the ball. brandon dowdy throws and it's picked off by bush. takes it back 49 yards for the touchdown. navy defeats western kentucky, 40-14. next week, the mid shipmen play steve spurrier and 12th ranked south carolina. >>> at rfk, howard taking on moorehouse college in the football classic. second quarter, morehouse driving until this, sound up! what a hit by howard's theodore graham iv, that's a beautiful hit. however, howard trails 14-9 at halftime. howard leads by
with rain. and back towards indiana and back down south the ohio and tennessee river valleys and that's spreading in our direction. think we will stay dry but the morning sunshine will give way to a few extra -- 50s and the s knocking upon us. at 65 at lunchtime and 70 as we get more clouds this afternoon. and clouds likely to stay with us for the rest of the week. we will talk about that in a moment. 6:45. here tanya with traffic. >> reporter: top side of the beltway okay at harford road but let's look near 7 # 95 at old court road. outer loop is slowing down. stop and go traffic to get around the 70 could take you 10 or 15 minutes. we are doing fine on the jfx at 41st street. noish tuesday report and very light traffic here. back to you. >>> the latest on the explosion in anne arundel county that lit a neighborhood up and left a man severely burn. it may have been a report of a poor decision. that happened on franklin avenue in downtown brooklyn park. victim is at the hospital where we find sherrie johnson on what went wrong. what was the bad decision? >> reporter: well, basically,
and indiana and that's what's charging in our direction. we will eventually start to moisten up a little more. we will go from mid-50s and sun this morning. 6:51 sunrise and push it to a partly cloudy 70 degree afternoon and clouds stay with us much of the rest of the week. tanya. >> reporter: in harford county 95 southbound at mountain road we have an accident there. the off-ramp to get from southbound 95 to mountain road is closed so we have to go northbound and turn around. let's look at 95. this is on the southwest side in arbutus. 59 northbound traffic is flowing-- 95 northbound traffic is flowing freely. the ram to 695 westbound is open. 895 at harbor tunnel, the traffic is knoll freely. traffic to the right is going into the tunt -- traffic is flowing freely. traffic to the right is going into the tunnel. >>> police are retracing the final hours of robyn gardner. her travel companion gary giordano is the lead suspect and this morning abc2's carin redmond is standing by. >> reporter: the lead investigators say the purpose of today's reenactment is to get a better understanding of the ex
. my guest tonight, mitch daniels. he is the current governor of indiana and the guy that every other republican says, "man, i wish that guy was running for president." [laughter] but at least maybe vice president. but let's start in washington. they enjoy that. monday morning president obama took to the white house rose garden, where appearing in front of the very doorknobs that might be hitting him in the ass next november, he talked death and taxes. >> today i'm laying out a set of specific proposals to finish what we started this summer. >> jon: you mean fort awesome? [laughter] treehouse i was bidding on the white house lawn. >> it's a plan that reduces our debt by more than $4 trillion and achieves these savings in a way that's fair. >> jon: what we'll do is one at a time excuse ourselves to go to the bathroom. then we will climb out of the window and into canada. [laughter] seriously, what's the plan? >> it comes down to this: we have to prioritize. either we ask the wealthiest americans to pay their fair share in taxes, or we have to ask seniors to pay more for medicare. we ca
but surgery. >> that was indiana governor mitch daniels at this action conference. he's a man of strong views on the american economy. he joins me now. thank you for joining me. keeping the republic by trusting americans. america's best governor it says in the new york times. >> i don't know what made him say that. >> how are you going to keep the republic? >> i hope we're going to do it by first of all placing the future ahead of the present which is to say matching long-term means with ends. we're badly out of whack as we all know. huge debts today. like so many other developed countries. and worse still we've made unfundable commitments for tomorrow. the growth of the private sector. what's troubling me most, piers, is that it's not just our economy at stake. i think it's the whole american prospect, the american promise of upward mobility for all. and i go so far as to suggest really the whole project of governor of the governed here is on trial here. as philosophered predicting it would be. >> you're the knife and the blade when you worked for president bush. but this is a guy that broug
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